Beyond the Norms: Gender & Activism in Historical and Contemporary Contexts
Description of offering:
What is the relationship between gender and power? How and why are cultural concepts of gender identities refashioned over time? What does it mean to think in terms of feminisms and masculinities? How do gender identities factor into forms of resistance and activism? This workshop adopts a global lens to explore the dynamic and evolving role of gender identities in shaping social norms, political power, and movements for human rights. It will also consider how gender is embodied and expressed through language, environmental politics, and forms of resistance.
You will Learn to:
- To deepen your content knowledge of significant historical issues in different national, regional and global contexts.
- To apply your new content knowledge as you learn how to infuse opportunities for culturally sustaining, content specific structure to elicit student thinking in the virtual and in-person learning space both during and between lessons.
Who should enroll?
The institute is designed for K-14 educators who teach subjects relating to the humanities (history, social studies, literature, etc). All are welcome.
Date and time
February 3, 2022 - February 5, 2022
$199* (or $500* if purchased as part of the Global Identities 3-course series - register here)
*Subsidized fee as a result of U.S. Department of Education Title VI National Resource Center grant funding.